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Radio Frequency Identification for Packages, Parcels, and Flat Mail
Red frame letter facing machine
OCR video coding letter sorting machine
Tray and crossing-belt parcel sorting machines
Postal power and free conveyor
Postal services - Automatic identification of receptacles and containers - Receptacle asset numbering; German version CEN/TS 14631:2005
The standard will provide a methodology for the objective measurement of the print quality of machine readable digital postage marks.
Postal services - Automatic identification of items - Two dimensional bar code symbol print quality specification for machine readable Digital Postage Marks; English version CEN/TS 14826:2004
Classification and coding rules of postal production equipment Part 4:Production auxiliarg equipment
Code for acceptance of postal equipment installation project volume 10 the letter tray conveyance system
This Technical Specification specifies the performance requirements and testing methods for standard letter mail trays, as specified in classification 1.1. The trays should be used to facilitate the exchange of international mail. The technical specification of the trays shall be such that the performance requirements specified herein shall be met and tests specified herein successfully completed. The technical specifications of trays as such however, are beyond the scope of this Technical Specification.
Postal services. Trays for international letter mail. Test methods and performance requirements
This European Standard specifies optical characteristics for processing letters and gives guidelines on the values of these attributes that will assure a high level of address readability. It is aimed at facilitating relations between Postal Operators and Customers by providing information that mailers can use to ensure that the addresses they print can be processed successfully by postal automation systems. The standard is intended to support: ¾assessment of the probable readability of a printed address, using given address recognition equipment, without actually submitting it to the equipment; ¾determination of the changes in address printing characteristics that are required to achieve a desired level of address readability using given address recognition equipment; ¾assessment of the complexity, and thus the cost, of the address recognition equipment needed to achieve a desired level of readability of addresses with given printing characteristics. The standard applies to mail items whose size is up to and including C51, but may also be applied to oversize items, commonly referred to as C5+, and to flats. The address blocks covered are: ¾the delivery address block; ¾the sender address block if this is printed on the same side of the mail item as the delivery address block. The guidelines provided in the standard apply to address blocks as they appear on finished mail items when submitted to postal operators, and not just to addresses and the substrate on which they are printed. Users of the standard are responsible for determining the physical parameters which are required to achieve compliance after taking account of characteristics which result from mail item features, other than printing, such as covering, the use of transparent window envelopes and the use of address labels. The guidelines are based on physical attributes that tend to influence the readability of addresses by optical character recognition (OCR) equipment and by video-coders. To the extent that this is possible, attributes have been selected so as to be easily controllable and to be measurable using simple, low-cost, means. The attribute values given are based on common notions of typography and on colour reference systems that are likely to be known by mailers. The values given should be interpreted as recommendations or guidelines, not as strict, mandatory, all-or-nothing rules. OCR systems are complex and their behaviour is therefore not easily modelled by simple attributes. As a result the ambition of the standard is limited by the difficulty of defining some attributes in formal terms, even though their influence on address readability has been proven. Where this is the case, the standard uses examples, lists of preferred values, or literal descriptions to give hints on how to maximise address readability. Since all attributes do not contribute uniformly to the readability of an address, the standard identifies two levels of salience for each attribute (high and normal). These two levels are designed to aid in the definition of readability classes by users of the standard. This standard considers a printed address as being made up of a series of lines of printed information2. Guidelines related to such address lines are relevant for all lines in an address block.
Postal services - Mail item processing - Optical characteristics for processing letters
The check and evaluate standard for quality of parcel sorting machine installation engineering
Data Exchanging Protocol for Sorting Equipment of Postal Area Center
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